Dating advice for women by

23-Sep-2016 23:52

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The internet is full of stories about women being horrifically fat-shamed or harassed on dating sites, and yes, those stories need to be told. And at a certain point, I think they can become inadvertent scare tactics, frightening plus-sized women out of the dating pool.

And when you’re plus-sized (or if your appearance doesn’t conform to mainstream beauty standards in other ways), dating can seem fraught with even more challenges.

It’s not a level playing field, and there’s no point pretending it is.

Both aim to convince us that everything else we’ve read is wrong or that we can trick our bodies and brains into wanting something better than what we’ve had in the past.

As in politics, many of us are guilty of confirmation bias by gravitating toward advice with which we already agree.

The internet is full of stories about women being horrifically fat-shamed or harassed on dating sites, and yes, those stories need to be told. And at a certain point, I think they can become inadvertent scare tactics, frightening plus-sized women out of the dating pool.And when you’re plus-sized (or if your appearance doesn’t conform to mainstream beauty standards in other ways), dating can seem fraught with even more challenges.It’s not a level playing field, and there’s no point pretending it is.Both aim to convince us that everything else we’ve read is wrong or that we can trick our bodies and brains into wanting something better than what we’ve had in the past.As in politics, many of us are guilty of confirmation bias by gravitating toward advice with which we already agree.So, I reached out to Marie Southard Ospina, journalist, style blogger, and beloved bad-ass of the body positive movement.